TV Guide

Format: 21/09/2017
Format: 21/09/2017
05:35 PM

Yassarnal Qur'an

21 September 2017

A children's programme presented by Qari Muhammad Aashiq teaching the correct pronunciation of the Holy Qur'an. Lesson no. 5. Presentation of MTA studios Pakistan.

06:00 PM

World News

21 September 2017

MTA International brings you the latest news from around the world.

06:15 PM


21 September 2017

'Jalain Ge Waqt Ke Har Morr Pe Diyyay'. An Urdu poem written by Rasheed Qasarani, with the voice of Lubna Waheed.

06:25 PM

Faith Matters

21 September 2017

Programme no. 146 of a contemporary and informative English question and answer programme exploring various matters relating to faith and religion.

07:30 PM


21 September 2017

A series of Urdu discussion programmes about the life and character of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (saw). Hosted by Rizwan Ahmad Khalid with guests Shabbir Ahmad Saqib and Ataullah Mujeeb.

08:10 PM

Friday Sermon

21 September 2017

Spanish translation of the Friday sermon delivered by the Head of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, Hazrat Mirza Masroor Ahmad (may Allah be his Helper) on September 8, 2017.

09:10 PM

In His Own Words

21 September 2017

Qaasid Muin Ahmad presents selected extracts from the book of the Promised Messiah (as), 'The Philosophy Of The Teachings Of Islam'. Guests include Abdul Quddus Arif and Shehzad Ahmad.

09:45 PM

Seekers Of Treasure

21 September 2017

A quiz programme about the true teachings of Islam, from the books of the Promised Messiah (as). Hosted by Ataul Fatir Tahir. Today's quiz is between Masroor region and Tahir region. Programme no. 2.

10:25 PM

Tarjamatul Qur'an Class

21 September 2017

An in-depth explanation of Qur'anic verses 38-59 of Surah At-Tawbah by Hazrat Mirza Tahir Ahmad, Khalifatul-Masih IV (ra) in Urdu and Arabic. Class no. 105, recorded on December 20, 1995.

11:30 PM

Roots To Branches

21 September 2017

Season 2 of Roots To Branches, a discussion programme about the events occurred in the year 1912 during the era of Hazrat Maulvi Hakeem Nooruddin, Khalifatul-Masih I (ra).